ianbrooks:

Forgotten Boneyard by Tim Prince

99.9% of all creatures that have ever lived are dead. That’s a lot of bones buried beneath the surface world and most of them will never be accurately identified. Several dinosaurs have only ever existed due to improper skeleton assimilation, fitting the disparate joints together like a prehistoric jigsaw puzzle without the convenient cover photo to know what you’re making. Of course, it’s possible we actually got it right by accident. So it’s not a stretch to assume that the horrific amalgamations of the Forgotten Boneyard could, in fact, exist somewhere deep within the bedrock, crunching beneath our feet. Some of these pieces are available for purchase at etsy.

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malformalady:

A fawn rests at the base of a headstone in Elmwood-St. Joseph Cemetery
Photo credit: Jeff Heinz/The Globe Gazette

malformalady:

A fawn rests at the base of a headstone in Elmwood-St. Joseph Cemetery

Photo credit: Jeff Heinz/The Globe Gazette

pyreo:

headcanon: the onceler wears his trousers so far up on his waist because it’s the only way to conceal his massive dick

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misuzus-fancy-goldfish:

Three colour ryukin!
His Black is turning orange